B. Beatty Photography
Capturing quiet outdoor moments.
Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L II
Canon 16-35mm f/4L IS
Canon 70-200mm f/4L IS II
Canon 135mm F/2L
Nothing better than watching the full moon rising over the desert 🏜 🌝 🌵
Golden skies in the desert🌵🌅
Nothing like laying in the dirt to get the right perspective 🍄 👍 🍃
Enjoying summer photography by focusing on some of the interesting smaller scenes found along the trail. It’s easy to enjoy fall and some of the changing conditions of winter and spring, but scenes like this one can be just as interesting. I really liked the way the bright orange contrasted against the wet moss of the tree, and then when I walked by this scene just a day later all of the mushrooms were gone. Finding fleeting moments like this one can be just as rewarding as a grand vista view with fall color at sunset. 🍄 👍🌲 🍃
Final Light 🏞🌄
Hot Creek Sunrise 🏞🌄
Made my way back for sunrise at Mammoth Lakes Hot Springs 🏞🌄 for this week’s new video (link in bio). I think this scene looked best in a 2x1 aspect vertical panorama with the hot water running through the open field. Swipe ➡️ to see the full crop.
Some intricate details of a dying tree. I like the way the patterns, cracks, and color of the wood looks like a painting, with some of the areas reflecting just a little shade of blue from the clear sky overhead. This was from my first hike of our trip to the John Muir wilderness on an otherwise bright and sunny day. A lot of the views were in very harsh light, but thankfully this small area was still in shade and allowed all the details to show up in this image.
Some smaller scenes found while hiking 11 miles into the Sierra Nevada mountains. Link in bio for the video of the hike to one of my favorite alpine lakes in the John Muir wilderness! Day 1 of this trip was more of a hike and day of exploration, and the next few days were great opportunities for some sunrise photos 🌅🏔👍
Some ocean art to start the weekend. After a busy week it was great to start the morning with a cup of coffee and explore some low tide finds along the coast. The retreating tide leaves abstract patterns in the sand as it flows around stones and drains out into the sea. No video this week, since I’m frankly too burned out with work and recent travel. These kinds of simple, plan-free, close to home photo outings one of my favorite ways for resetting and unwinding! 👍🌊
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